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The Co-Operators Health Insurance

The Co-Operators Health Insurance Overview

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Co-operators Life Insurance Company was founded in 1945 by farmers in Saskatchewan; its parent company is the Co-operators and its subsidiary is the CUMIS Group Limited. Other subsidiaries of the Co-operators include Co-operators General Insurance Company, HB Group Insurance of Mississauga, the Sovereign General Insurance Company of Calgary, and Addenda Capital of Montreal.

The Co-operators Group Limited is owned by 44 members including credit union centrals, Co-ops, and representative farm organizations. The company is headquartered in Guelph, Ontario and it is one of the leading multi-line insurance companies in Canada.

The group offers investment products as well as several insurance services such as home, auto, travel, farm, life, and business insurance. The Co-operators and its group of subsidiaries have over $44 billion in assets under administration as of 2016.

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What are the Different Health Plans Offered by Co-operators

The Co-Operators insurance offers group health and vision care as well as dental coverage. The health plan includes the following features and benefits:

  • Extended health care and dental plans: this provides a range of health care, dental and vision benefits.
  • ContinYou individual health and dental coverage for former plan members.
  • ContinYou golden retiree health and dental coverage.
  • Drug plans.
  • Mental health care.
  • Emergency medical travel assist.
  • Emergency out of country care.
  • Health spending accounts (HSA).
  • Life and accidental death & dismemberment (AD&D).
  • Critical illness and disability.

What Does Co-operators Group Benefit Cover?

The Co-operators offers affordable and flexible group packages for businesses and associations. The group plan includes group auto and home insurance products with dependable coverage offered at preferred group rates as well as group retirement plans.

The group benefits offered by the plan include:

  • Health and vision care benefits.
  • Dental coverage.
  • Life insurance, and
  • Disability insurance.

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The Co-Operators Health Insurance News

The Co-operators announced on Wednesday, October 3, 2018, that it has purchased Robert Poirier & Associes Robert Poirier & Associés, Courtier d’assurance inc. (Assurance Robert Poirier) based in Gatineau, Quebec. The purchase includes both the personal and commercial insurance policies of Assurance Robert Poirier. However, clients that have any existing insurance coverage can maintain it in effect for the current duration of their policies.

According to Rob Wesseling, the president and CEO of the Co-operators, the Co-operators has experienced steady growth in Quebec over the recent years and the purchase of Assurance Robert Poirier is a testament to this growth and an evidence that the company is committed to its expansion.

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The Co-Operators Health Insurance FAQ

What is the maximum amount of time I have to make a claim?

It is required that you submit your claim within a year or two of the date of the loss. However, this depends on the province you live. It is usually better to submit your claim for any loss as soon as it occurs. This will help the Co-operators claim department to look into the claim as appropriate. You may also call OneStep claim service at 1-800-387-1963 to obtain more information on your claims.

Do limits apply to my property policy?

Yes, limits apply to property policies, especially coverage for items like furs, jewellery, coins/coin collections, watercrafts, and money/bullion. It is necessary to go through your policy to ensure that you will get adequate protection with these limits. On the other hand, you can also get more coverage. To get more information on your coverage, you can contact a licensed insurance representative by calling 1-800-387-1963.

In case of a break in, what should I do?

If you have a break-in, you are required to report the case immediately to the police. Next, you should call OneStep claim service at 1-800-387-1963 to report the claim. OneStep is available 24/7.

Once you call OneStep, the Co-operators will send a contractor to secure your residence and ensure that your family is safe. Thereafter, you can provide the Co-operators with the comprehensive inventory detailing the missing items and their description. You should also provide photos, receipts, appraisals, warranties, and guarantees.

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